[Greylist-users] Relaydelay on main mail server?
thing at thing.dyndns.org
Mon Apr 17 14:29:16 PDT 2006
There is a whitelist_ip.txt file in your setup directory.
Read the beginning of it.
It will show,
INSERT INTO relaytofrom (relay_ip, record_expires, create_time)
VALUES ('127.0.0.1', '9999-12-31 23:59:59', NOW());
so login to the mysql database with mysql -u root
and run those 2 lines, also run them for your local subnet.
On Tue, 2006-04-18 at 08:04, Dennis Wynne wrote:
> My Greylist / relaydelay is still going great - using CentOS, sendmail,
> MySql, etc on a box ahead of our real mail server. It just accepts the mail
> and forwards what passes the tests. All mail is still sent out via the old
> (real) mail server.
> I am setting up a box from some friends of mine but this time we want the
> relaydelay script, MySQL, sendmail, etc to run on the actual mail server. Or
> rather I should say instead of forwarding the mail that passes, it keeps it
> on the server for them to POP3 or IMAP4 off. It will be their only mail
> server and will handle outgoing mail and incoming mail.
> I have it set up and working, but when I send mail out via SMTP from a local
> IP as one of the users (myname at some_domain.com) it does not sent it right
> away, it gives my e-mail program a TEMP FAIL and does not sent out the mail
> until I retry once the timeout has expired.
> First, I assume that this can be done - using the anti-spam stuff on the
> actual mail server?
> Second, what did I do wrong :-) ? How do I tell relaydelay this mail is
> outbound for a user on THIS domain and it needs to pass it out w/o doing a
> temp fail? Or do I have a setting wrong in sendmail?
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